Volume 44 Issue 1 January 1994
An absurd procession of chivalry or mad mass charges? Analysis of fighting in the Middle Ages has become more subtle than either of these scenarios, argues Sean McGlynn.
Keith Nurse investigates new archaeological findings linking wine producing to Roman England.
Josiah Ober looks at the rights and responsibilities of the citizen in Athenian society through the words of Demosthenes, the city's greatest orator.
Showman, fraud or 'Green' prophet? John Hayman investigates the life of perhaps North America's most famous 'Indian' between the wars.
Richard Robinson uncovers the history of a city in Ecuador
Tony Aldous looks into the recently founded Historic Chapels Trust.
Richard Pflederer on the technological and cartographical advances of the early modern naval powers of Holland and England
Mogens Hansen looks at the launch of democracy in 6th-century Athens and those who have sustained it since.
Paul Martin examines how badges made you part of the union in 19th- and early-20th century Britain.
Ian MacDonald looks at how the Edwardian political battle on tariff reform and the career of Joseph Chamberlain was advanced via the postcard.